One Thing Lifelong Partnerships Have in Common? COMMITMENT

Today’s culture tells us that all we need is love.  But in the end, love wasn’t even enough to keep the Beatles together.  It’s ironic that a band that sang such great love songs ultimately had no love for each other.  That’s because love is more than just a song, a dream, or feeling.

The commitments we make are like magnets: they pull toward each other.  In friendship, commitment means being there for someone even when it’s not convenient.  In family relationships it’s being by someone’s side even after years of dealing with a disappointing father or brother stuck in addiction.  In marriage, commitment means that divorce isn’t an option.

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